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The MPH in Health Services is an in-residence, 2-year, graduate degree program that offers analytical and practical knowledge and skills to candidates who have some experience in health fields and who want to assume positions of greater responsibility in improving the public's health and the effectiveness of health care and population health services.

The MPH in Health Services is offered as a General Program with elective concentrations in:


The MPH in Health Services is also offered as:

For applicants interested in a research-oriented master's degree:


photo: Alumna Dr. Sophie Godley Wins 2017 Metcalf Award for Teaching Excellence

Alumna Dr. Sophie Godley Wins Metcalf Award for Teaching Excellence

Congratulations to Health Services MPH alumna ('99) Dr. Sophie Godley, who earned her DrPH at Boston University this past May, and won the Metcalf Award, one of the highest awards in teaching!   read more...

photo: Dr. India Ornelas Awarded $3 Million R01 to Study Mental Health Disparities in Mexican Immigrant Women

Dr. India Ornelas Awarded $3 Million R01 for Latina Health Disparities

Congratulations to Health Services professor Dr. India Ornelas on being awarded an NIH R01 award for her project "Amigas Latinas Motivando el Alma (ALMA): A Randomized Control Trial of an Intervention to Reduce Mental Health Disparities in Mexican Immigrant Women."   read more...

photo: Welcome, MPH and MS Incoming Class of 2017!

Welcome, MPH and MS Incoming Class of 2017!

WELCOME to our newest MPH and MS cohort. Thanks for a lively Orientation 2017, and we look forward to kicking off another busy academic year!   read more...